Intended Parents


Overcoming Infertility

For many intended parents, the path to surrogacy is a long and difficult one, especially if they had originally hoped to conceive and carry their child on their own. Coming to terms with past struggles with infertility is no easy feat — but it is an important step for hopeful parents to take before they can truly commit to the surrogacy process.

If you are struggling with infertility, the articles below are meant to help you in your healing process and provide the information you need to determine whether you are ready to move forward with surrogacy. Learn more about your family-building options, the journey from infertility to surrogacy and parenting, and the support resources that are available to you along the way.

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    10 WAYS OF COPING WITH INFERTILITY

     
    Dealing with infertility is an important first step to reaching your parenthood goals. Here are some tips to do so.

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    WHAT ARE YOUR INFERTILITY OPTIONS TODAY?

     
    There are many infertility options if you’re struggling to conceive naturally. Your doctor can tell you which are best for you, but here’s what you should know.

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    INFERTILITY COUNSELING: WHAT IT IS AND WHY YOU NEED IT

     
    Infertility counseling is an important first step to having the family you’ve always dreamed of. Here’s what you should know before starting.

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    MOVING FROM INFERTILITY TO SURROGACY: 7 QUESTIONS TO ASK

     
    Before you move from infertility to surrogacy, there are some important questions you should ask yourself to discover whether this process is right for you.

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    6 MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT PARENTING AFTER INFERTILITY

     
    You are likely looking forward to the positives of parenting after infertility, but are you equally prepared for the additional challenges you may experience?